Community Bulletin Board

Please give us all the details about your event by emailing us at community@galaxymediapartners.com

Rome Community Theater Drive In Movies

9/24 8 pm
Sherlock Holmes Double Feature
$10 per carload
Concessions available
Sherlock Holmes and The Secret Weapon (1942) Mystery
Working for the British government, Sherlock Holmes manages to spirit Dr. Franz Tobel out of Switzerland and into England before the GESTAPO are able to get to him. Tobel has devised an immensely accurate bomb site and while he is willing to make it available to the Allies, he insists on manufacturing it himself. Soon however, he vanishes and it is left to Holmes, assisted by the bumbling Dr. Watson, to decipher a coded message he left behind. Holmes soon realizes that he is up against his old nemesis, Professor Moriarty.

Sherlock Holmes Faces Death (1943) Mystery
The three Musgrave siblings – Geoffrey, Philip and Sally – have opened the doors of their family estate, Musgrave Hall, to convalescing military officers during World War II. As his contribution to the war effort, Dr. Watson has been donating his services and treating several of the men there, some of whom are suffering from shell shock and as a result behave oddly. When one of Watson’s colleagues, Dr. Sexton, receives a knock on the head, Watson asks his good friend Sherlock Holmes to investigate. Just as they arrive, they find Geoffrey Musgrave dead. Soon after, Philip is also killed and Holmes is convinced that it’s somehow related to a poem the next heir to the family estate must recite when someone dies. Known as the Musgrave Ritual, it is a long poem that is gibberish to most but the great detective is convinced it holds the clue to solving the murders.

Royalty & Rogues Festival/Stittville Fireman’s Field

September 25 & 26 11 am
Festival with live events, vendors, food, and live demonstrations
Renaissance Festival with live events and demonstrations like music, fire dancing, swordplay, pirates, royalty and more. Take a picture with the Tardis and get it printed with the Button Guy. Food, and venders all day long, as well as activities for the kiddos.
$5 Fee Upon Entry
Contact
Time Swirl Entertainment
Taryn Baum
timeswirlentertainment@gmail.com

Clinton United Methodist Church Semi Annual Rummage Sale

9/30 9 am
Gently used furniture, clothing, toys, household items and sports equipment. All priced to sell, with 100% of proceeds going to local organizations in need. Bag sale will follow on Friday, October 1st, from 9 – 12. Bring a bag or take one of ours. $5,00/bag.

Out of the Darkness Mohawk Valley Community Walk

Date: 10/03/21
Location: MVCC Utica Campus
Registration & On-Site Activities: 9:30am – 12:00pm
Opening Ceremony & Walk: 11:00am – 12:00pm

American Foundation for Suicide Prevention’s vision: To create a world without suicide.
We are moving forward with plans to host the walk in-person this year.
The Out of the Darkness Mohawk Valley Community Walk is a special event that provides community connection, healing and hope for survivors of suicide loss and those with lived experience.
By registering, you are joining a strong community united in an effort to fight suicide while recognizing and honoring those you love by raising awareness, educating communities, supporting one another and sharing hope.
Every dollar raised allows AFSP to invest in life-saving research, education, advocacy, and support for those impacted by suicide.
For more information, please contact:
Contact Name: Francesca Esposito
Contact Phone: 315-520-0417
Contact Email: fesposito@cflrinc.org
Website: www.afsp.org
Link to register for walk: afsp.org/mohawkvalley

Textile Drive/Utica Center for Development

10/3 10 am to 4 pm

The Utica Center for Development (UCD) will be hosting a Textile Drive on Sunday, October 3rd, 2021. The textile drive will be held in the Sangertown Square Mall parking lot, located on 8555 Seneca Tpke in New Hartford. UCD will be located at the PiNZ entrance for easy drive-through access. The event will be held from 10am to 4pm.
We invite all community members who are cleaning house or would like to drop off unwanted items from their homes to deliver clothing and textiles to this event. We will accept textiles in any condition such as ripped, stained, or torn.
Acceptable Items:
• Clothing of all types/conditions
• Linens such as sheets, blankets, comforters, towels, draperies, table linens
• All footwear
• Accessories such as hats, gloves, scarves, purses, bags, belts & ties
If you would still like to donate your textiles but unable to make it to the event, please feel free to drop your donations off to The Utica Center for Development. We have extended our donation drop off hours to Monday through Friday from 8am to 8pm. If you are interested in dropping off donations after 3:30pm, please call our after-hours line at (315) 985-5118. You may also use our drop off box which is located in the front of our building located on 726 Washington St, Utica.
To stay updated on all things UCD, please “like” and “follow” the UCD Facebook page. You can also find out more about our agency by visiting www.ucdevelopment.org.

Thank you to everyone who continues to support our mission to serve veterans and our community. Please contact our front desk for any questions or concerns at 315-765-0975 Ext. 202.

Rabies Clinic

10/7
All cats, dogs and ferrets 3 months or older must be vaccinated even if they stay indoors.
Every dog and cat needs two rabies vaccinations 1 year apart, then one every 3 years.
Bring the pet’s rabies vaccination history to receive a 3 year certificate.
Ferrets must be vaccinated every year.
Dogs should be on a leash. Cats and ferrets should be in a carrier or pillowcase.
No vet exams will be given.
A $5.00 donation per pet is suggested to defray costs.Please feel free to visit our website to view a complete listing of our Rabies clinics.
ALL CLINICS are by APPOINTMENT & PRE-REGISTRATION ONLY.
Please note: Pre-registration will end at 12 p.m. the day before for this clinic.
To schedule an appointment & pre-register your animals, please call 315-867-1176.

Dolgeville Farmers’ Market

7/17 to 10/9/21 9 am to 1 pm
Stop on by the weekly farmers market for fresh produce, fresh eggs, meats, baked goods and so much more! We are open every Saturday with the last day being 10/9/21.
This event is where local farmers and vendors can sell their items. There is a variety of fresh produce, jams, jellies, herbs and flower arrangements. There is a meat vendor, fresh eggs, baked goods and more. There is entertainment for the little kids to ride pedal tractors and an occasional game of Bocce. Local musicians make appearances at this market. Plow Park, Main Street

Drive Thru Donation Pancake Breakfast/Leonardsville Fire Department

10/17 7 to 10:30 am
At the Fire Hall on Main Street. Pancakes, scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage, and real Maple syrup!